In a routine consultations of the stakeholders who are to be honoured on the forth-coming 20th Anniversary/Unveiling of an Investigative Presidential Sweet Home Magazine slated to hold on the 28th September, 2023 @ Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja.

Rev. Dr Austine Ifeanyi Epunam (JP) the facilitator presented a complimentary copy to the Senator Ubah who represents the Anambra South Senatorial District at the red chambers. In attendance were members of OCI and Sweet Home Foundations with representatives of Diasporan igbo Royal Fathers Ezeigbo C.C. Okoli of Suleja, the Lion King Igwe Ochendo ogidi of Ado – kingdom both from the Northern-Middle Belt of Abuja-Nigeria.

The Royal Fathers thanked the Senator for standing for Igbo Nation and less-privileged ones in Nigeria. A request was presented to him being non-partisan, tribalistic in nature and moreover father of modern charity in Nigeria to be the Chairman of the September 28th occasion.

In his response Ubah, along with the wife Lady Uche Ubah who is also the Vice President and Hon. Vin Onyeka DG Ifeanyi Uba Foundation thanked us for the gesture.

Sweet Home Africa was founded by Dr Epunam and others in Europe 20 years ago to stop unplanned trip and life abroad by the africans but latter registered it in Nigeria 2006 to support/ advocate for the good governance to discourage our youths from dangerous ventures.

A similar visit was at Police Force Headquarters also to present a Letter of Nomination to one of our finest, the highest Igbo ranking-disciplined Police Chief DIG –Deputy Inspector General of Police Mr. Frank Mba.

Also the consultation took us to another nominee No. 1 Human Right Crusader Ordinary Ahmed Isah, founder of Human Right Brekete Radio/Television station in Abuja.

Sweet Home Africa Investigative Foundation.




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